Unsigned Ballot Statement

If you did not sign the return envelope or Oath of Voter form as required by California Election Code §3011, you will be mailed the Unsigned Ballot Statement form.

  1. Please read the instructions.
  2. Fill out the Unsigned Ballot Statement form
    Declaración de Boleta Electoral No Firmada
    未簽名選票聲明 
    Form ng Pahayag ng Balotang Walang Lagda
  3. Return this form by 5 p.m. on July 5, 2022. 

If you are not able to sign the envelope on your own, you can make a “mark” and have it witnessed by a person over the age of 18 for this election.  Your witness’ name and signature should appear next to the mark and be noted as witness.  For future elections, you can re-register to vote with your mark on file as your legal signature.  If you are not able or willing to make a mark, you may re-register using a signature stamp. 

Your signature on your Unsigned Ballot Statement must compare to your voter record. If you last registered to vote online or visited the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), the signature in your voter record is likely that found on your California ID Card or Driver’s License and therefore the signature that will be compared to the signature on your statement.  

Thank you for participating in the election process.  If you have any questions, you may contact our office at 650.312.5222 or registrar@smcacre.org.


Signature Verification Statement

If your signature on the envelope does not match the signature in your voter registration record, you will be mailed the Signature Verification Statement.

  1. Please read the instructions.
  2. Fill out the Signature Verification Statement 
    DECLARACIÓN DE VERIFICACIÓN DE FIRMA
    簽名驗證聲明 
    Pahayag ng Pagpapatunay ng Lagda
  3. Return this form no later than 5 p.m. on July 5, 2022.

If you are not able to sign the envelope on your own, you can make a “mark” and have it witnessed by a person over the age of 18 for this election.  Your witness’ name and signature should appear next to the mark and be noted as witness.  For future elections, you can re-register to vote with your mark on file as your legal signature.  If you are not able or willing to make a mark, you may re-register using a signature stamp. 

Your signature on your Signature Verification Statement must compare to your voter record. If you last registered to vote online or visited the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), the signature in your voter record is likely that found on your California ID Card or Driver’s License and therefore the signature that will be compared to the signature on your statement. 

Thank you for participating in the election process. If you have any questions, you may contact our office at 650.312.5222 or registrar@smcacre.org.